29 June 2009


Autopsy found Michael Jackson bald, weighing just 50kg

Article from: The Daily Telegraph

LEAKED details of Michael Jackson's autopsy reveal the singer had wasted away to a virtual skeleton, was almost bald and his hips, thighs and shoulders were riddled with needle marks.

The results indicate 50-year-old Jackson was effectively anorexic, weighing just 50kg at the time he died, his stomach was empty except for a series of pills he had swallowed.

Jackson was barely eating and was limiting himself to one meal a day, reported The Sun in London which obtained the autopsy findings.

It is understood Jackson - who died at his rented Los Angeles mansion last Friday - was taking narcotic painkillers three times a day: The evidence of which was shown by numerous needle wounds on his body.

Doctors also found surgery scars which they believe were the result of as many as 13 cosmetic operations in the past 20 years.

At the time of his death, Jackson had been preparing for a major music comeback and was to fly to London to perform 50 sold-out concerts.

But reports are emerging today that in the past fortnight he had stopped working out and was increasingly stressed about demands of performing.

The autopsy report makes for grim reading, The Sun reported, highlighting its key findings that:

THE 180cm tall Jackson, once known for his athleticism, had wasted away to 50kg - about the size of a jockey.

PARTIALLY-DISSOLVED pills which Jackson took before the painkiller injection which stopped his heart were sent for toxicology tests.

HE was almost bald and was wearing a wig, with just a light fuzz covering his scalp.

ABOVE his left ear was a scarred bald section of skin believed the legacy of when his hair caught on fire while filming a Pepsi commercial.

JACKSON had broken ribs caused by paramedics trying to revive the singer. Four injection marks near Jackson's heart were believed caused by attempts to give him adrenaline to restart his heart.

THERE was also unexplained bruising to his knees and skins and cuts on his back.

JACKSON'S notorious nose was a mess, its right-side virtually collapsed, the bridge had vanished and his face bore the scars of plastic surgery.

The results will further focus attention of Dr Conrad Murray who was with Jackson when he died and had been hired to be his personal doctor during his comeback.

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